Market of San Miguel

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Madrid: City Walking Tour & Royal Palace Skip-the-Line Tour

Madrid: City Walking Tour & Royal Palace Skip-the-Line Tour

Explore the highlights of Madrid's Old Town on a city tour with a guide, including skip-the-line entry to the Royal Palace with a tour. Stop by beautiful squares like Plaza de la Villa and Plaza de Oriente as you learn about their history. Finish with a guided tour of the impressive Royal Palace. Start the tour at Calle Mayor, a bustling central street in the Old Town. Cross the Plaza Mayor and see its statue of Felipe III. Next, head to the San Miguel market and browse its stalls of authentic Spanish cuisine. Continue to the Plaza de la Villa, one of the most well-preserved historic squares in the city. Learn about its history as the former site of the Madrid Town Hall. Make your way to the Plaza de Oriente, which leads to the Royal Palace. From there, enjoy skip-the-line entry to the palace and take a guided tour of the largest royal residence in Europe. See its courtyards, art collections, and 18th-century architecture up close.

Madrid: Private City Tour by Eco Tuk Tuk

Madrid: Private City Tour by Eco Tuk Tuk

Embark on an electric tuk-tuk tour of Madrid and discover some of the main monuments of the city. Enjoy the perfect introduction to Madrid as your guide recommends places to visit during your stay. Admire the exterior of some of Madrid's most iconic landmarks including the Royal Palace and the Almudena Cathedral. Ride through the charming neighborhoods of Las Letras and Retiro and see the House of Cervantes and the Church of Los Jerónimos. See the Palacio de las Cortes, the Puerta de Alcalá, and the facades of the museums of Paseo del Prado on this fun and exciting adventure through the city.

Madrid: Highlights Bike Tour with Optional E-Bike or Tapas

Madrid: Highlights Bike Tour with Optional E-Bike or Tapas

Children from 7 years and older can attend this tour with a regular bike. Also child seats up to 22 kg weight are available. Cruise through Madrid on this guided bike tour as you take in many of the city's highlights. Ride on convenient cycle paths, in pedestrian zones, and through parks so you won't have to navigate traffic. Have the option to finish your tour with tapas and a refreshing beverage.  Start your tour with a short explanation about how to safely ride your bike. Make your way to Plaza de Oriente and hear the stories about the creation of the statue of Filip IV, the Royal Palace, the Cathedral, and the San Nicolas Church. Admire the some of the oldest buildings in the city at the Plaza de la Villa and absorb the bustle of the Mercado San Miguel. Pass through the grand squares of Plaza Mayor and Santa Ana, before viewing the living wall of the Caixa Forum museum.  Pass the Prado Museum, Retiro Park, and Puerta de Alcalá before making your way to Puerta del Sol. Add to your experience by selecting the tapas option and enjoy 3 pinchos and a drink and the end of your tour.

Madrid: Guided Tapas and Wine Tour with Terrace Visit

Madrid: Guided Tapas and Wine Tour with Terrace Visit

Experience the true art of Tapeo on a half-day tapas and wine tour and discover Spanish gastronomy. Go from bar to bar as you visit different neighborhoods and savor mouthwatering bites. Meet your guide at San Miguel Square and explore the streets of La Latina, Cava Baja, and Cuchilleros, the most famous sites for Tapeo. Here, taste scrumptious mushroom tapas or Padrón peppers. Near the first stop, visit a picturesque boutique and enjoy the essence of Spain with a curated selection of ham and Iberian sausages, perfectly paired with quality wines. Walk through the Plaza Mayor and Barrio de las Letras, where famous poets and artists spent the best years of their lives. Next to Huertas Street. Stop at an old but renovated bar (or “Casa de Comidas”) to taste meat cheeks, known as "Carrilleras,” with smashed potatoes and a glass of good wine.  Continue walking through Plaza de Santa Ana and the Spanish Theater and admire the buzzing terraces. Finally, make a stop for a traditional shrimp with garlic served in terracotta or in a clay dish.

Madrid: City Highlights Tuk Tuk Tour

Madrid: City Highlights Tuk Tuk Tour

Explore Madrid from the comfort of a tuk-tuk on a guided tour. Experience some of the city’s most popular sights and learn about each one from your driver tour guide. Choose from a 1, 1.5, or 2-hour tour. Enjoy the convenience of a hotel pickup and head to the Los Jeronimos neighborhood to begin your private Madrid sightseeing tour. From here, make your way past the emblematic Retiro Park, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. See the Puerta de Alcalá, Paseo del Prado, the Royal Palace, and more, making stops along the way to take in each of the attractions. 

Madrid: Royal Palace Entry Ticket and Small Group Tour

Madrid: Royal Palace Entry Ticket and Small Group Tour

Enjoy with our official guides a wonderful Walking Tour to the Royal Palace with the freedom offered by the tour with our radio system. Don't wait and skip the line at the Royal Palace through preferential access with us. You will know the history of this great palace. twice as big as Buckingham Palace? . It is an essential place to visit during your stay in Madrid, you will get to know its architectural style of Italian baroque, its halls, the parade ground. Today it is used by the Spanish Royal House to celebrate the most important receptions. Learn about the hearings, dinners and signing of agreements held over the years. Stroll through the Plaza de la Armería. Marvel at the beautiful tapestries and elegant furnishings. Follow your guide through the Grand Staircase, Throne Room, and Banquet Hall, among others. Once your guided tour is over, don't forget to take your best photos from the Plaza de la Armería viewpoint.

Madrid: Old Town Guided Walking Tour

Madrid: Old Town Guided Walking Tour

Visit Madrid's major sights on a guided walking tour of the historical center. Visit the Plaza de España, admire the Royal Palace, take a walk down Calle Mayor, and more. Meet your guide in the historical quarter and begin your tour of some of the top local sights. Visit the Templo de Debod, a 2200 year-old Egyptian temple that was gifted to Spain and brought to Madrid, stone by stone. Next, take in panoramic views of Madrid from the Parque del Oeste. Afterward, visit one of the city's most important squares at Plaza de España. Check out the statue of Cervantes, the famous writer who penned Don Quixote. Continue on to the Plaza de Oriente, a spectacular garden square containing a collection of 20 sculptures depicting historical kings of Spain. Admire the equestrian bronze sculpture of King Philip IV, designed by Galileo and Velázquez. See the outside of the Catedral de la Almedena and admire its majestic Gothic architecture. Visit the outside of the Royal Palace of Madrid, right next to the cathedral. Learn about the historical and artistic significance of this opulent structure. Next, take a walk down Calle Mayor, Madrid's old main street. Be transported back to the 15th century among its cobblestone streets, narrow alleys, and squares. Visit Plaza de la Villa, the heart of old Madrid and home to City Hall. Discover its historical buildings and the statue of Álvaro de Bazán, the Grand Admiral of the Spanish Armada. Take a stroll through the Mercado San Miguel, famous for its tapas and delis. Finish your tour at Plaza Mayor, Madrid's main square. Soak in the historical atmosphere as you stand among some of the oldest taverns in the world.

Madrid: Private Tuk-Tuk City Highlights Tour

Madrid: Private Tuk-Tuk City Highlights Tour

An adventure that will make you travel back in time in the Spanish capital made up of its narrow streets in the historic center and large avenues in the modern neighborhoods where the most important activities are located, its museums and luxury shops. Visit the Temple of Debod declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site

Madrid: 2-Hour Sightseeing Segway Tour

Madrid: 2-Hour Sightseeing Segway Tour

Climb aboard a futuristic self-balancing Segway and head out on a 2-hour tour that will take you through the history of Madrid, Spain’s capital since 1561. Experience an eco-friendly journey from the House of the Hapsburgs to the 21st century. Explore sights including the Plaza de La villa, one of the fist squares in the centre of Madrid. Departing from Plaza San Miguel, just opposite one of the city’s gastronomic centers at the ornate San Miguel Market. You’ll glide along the narrow streets to Calle del Codo and Plaza del Conde de Barajas. Navigate the cobblestones of Plaza Mayor, the heart of the 17th-century city center, and marvel at Casa y Torre de los Lujanes, the oldest building in the city. Ride your Segway along the Manzanares River, away from the traffic and the crowds, enjoying the tranquility of the area and the freedom to ride where you please. The final stop of the tour is a visit to Madrid’s Egyptian temple, in the middle of Madrid, the Templo de Debod.

Madrid: Guided City and Royal Palace Tour with Entry Tickets

Madrid: Guided City and Royal Palace Tour with Entry Tickets

Discover the highlights of Madrid on a private or shared group-guided tour. Explore Puerta del Sol, Plaza Mayor, and the majestic Royal Palace of Madrid with skip-the-line entry tickets. Begin your exploration at Puerta del Sol Square, where you will meet your local guide. Head towards the iconic Plaza Mayor, the vibrant centerpiece of the old town, adorned with pillars and arches, and the site of numerous significant historical events. Continue your adventure by visiting the San Miguel Market, immersing yourself in the vibrant local gastronomy scene. Serving as a traditional market, this iconic building is the sole surviving iron-structured market to this day. Next, stroll through the charming Plaza de la Villa and other delightful small squares, absorbing the city's unique charm en route to Plaza de Oriente, located adjacent to the Royal Palace and Teatro Real. Skip the line and step into the Baroque grandeur of the Royal Palace, the official residence of the Spanish king. Learn about its rich history and continued significance in contemporary times. With its beautiful baroque structure and 3,000 rooms, it stands out as one of Europe's largest and most well-preserved palaces. Conclude your tour in the palace area beside the awe-inspiring Almudena Cathedral and the elegant 19th-century Opera Theater.

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I was very happy with this tour! Our guide Beatrice had a lot of knowledge about the city and the royal palace, a great sense of humor and encouraged us to ask questions. The tour was well-described in the app, the starting point was easy to find and the tour commenced punctually. We all were provided with an audio device so that we all could hear everything our guide said. All in all, it was perfectly organized and provided us with a lot of interesting insights. I can definitely recommend it.

We had a wonderful tour guide (didn’t catch his name) to show us the truly beautiful rooms open to public in the Royal Palace. He spoke calmly and clearly and walked with a good pace for a walking tour. We did the 11am tour and had no wait time at all at the group tour entry door and it didn’t feel crowded inside.

The tour was wonderful! Our only problem is we were forced to take two tuktuks because we had 5 people. We could have fit all 5 on one tuktuk. This meant we had to pay $90 per tuktuk, $180 total, which is why I said it was not a good value.

The tour was a great introduction to Madrid. Maria was very nice and her knowledge was fantastic. She gave us tips that we can use to get around at the end of our tour.

We really enjoyed the tour, we like to do these in each city to learn some history, culture and see some places we wouldn’t see on foot.